Thursday Scores: T-Birds, Hawks Survive; Saints Can’t Score

Boys basketball

2A District IV consolation bracket – loser-out
Tumwater 57, Capital 49
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Capital 11 11 12 15 49
Tumwater 21 10 13 13 57
CAP: Ty Gentry – 13 points, Jacob Pratt – 13
TUM: David Cooper – 20 points, Zach DeLucco – 17, Josiah Warner 12

Tumwater used a 21 point first quarter to build a ten point lead and played even with Capital the rest of the way to survive once again and move on with a 57-49 win in game one of a loser-out doubleheader at WF West. David Cooper scored 20 points and Zach DeLucco added 17 for the T-Birds . They now have a chance to advance to regionals when they face River Ridge on Saturday at Capital High School.

2A District IV consolation bracket – loser-out
River Ridge 83, Centralia 77
Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Centralia 12 25 14 26 77
River Ridge 28 22 17 16 83
RR: Jason Kananin – 31 points, Israel Williams – 18, Kobe Key – 11

Jason Kananin and River Ridge came out firing on all cylinders and built a 16 point lead after one quarter and scored 50 points in the first half and weathered a late Centralia rally to advance with an 83-77 win in game two at WF West. Kananin scored 31 points and Israel Williams chipped in 18 and the Hawks moved on to play Tumwater on Saturday for a trip to regionals.

Women’s basketball

Seattle Pacific 54, Saint Martin’s 44 – Recap
Team 1st 2nd Final
Seattle Pacific (9-6 GNAC, 16-7 overall) 24 30 54
Saint Martin’s (8-7 GNAC, 14-10 overall) 19 25 44
SMU: Angela Gelhar – 9 points, Chelsea Haskey – 9 points

It took Saint Martin’s over seven minutes to record their first field goal of the game, shot just 20% in the first half and heated up slightly in the second half to shoot 24.6% in the game and dropped a 54-44 decision to Seattle Pacific.

Despite the putrid shooting, the Saints tied the game at 28 with 15:15 left on an Angela Gelhar three pointer. But Suzanna Ohlsen’s layup at the 11:52 mark completed a 10-0 run for the Falcons and the Saints never threatened again and dropped their third straight game and fell into sixth place in the GNAC at 8-7.Ohlsen led all scorers with 25 points with eight rebounds.

The Saints are two games ahead of Northwest Nazarene (6-9) for the last playoff spot with three games left to play.

Men’s basketball

Alaska Anchorage 88, Saint Martin’s 76 – Recap
Team 1st 2nd Final
Saint Martin’s (5-10 GNAC, 8-15 overall) 31 45 76
Alaska Anchorage (9-7 GNAC, 16-11 overall) 42 46 88
SMU: Evan Coulter – 23 points, Ryan Rogers – 19, Riley Carel – 17

Alaska Anchorage held a 39-12 advantage from behind the three point line and outscored Saint Martin’s by 17 points from the charity stripe to knock off the Saints 88-76. Evan Coulter scored 23 points, Ryan Rogers chipped in 19 and Riley Carel added 17 points with eight assists for the Saints in the loss.

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Posted on February 21, 2014, in Basketball, Capital HS, College, High school, River Ridge HS, Saint Martin's University, Tumwater HS. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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